Ferraris top after F1 gets worst possible start at hyped Las Vegas GP

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Formula One’s return to Las Vegas after 41 years and the maiden event on the Strip had the worst possible start on Friday, when the first practice session was cut short and the second one dominated by Ferrari was massively delayed. “Certainly not a great way to get started,” McLaren CEO Zak Brown said. The first practice for the much-hyped Las Vegas Grand Prix ended after only 11 minutes after Carlos Sainz stopped his Ferrari on track with significant damage. According to the Italian team, Sainz’s failure was caused by a loose manhole cover. Esteban Ocon also smashed into the debris, causing s…

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